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D.C. Department of Human Services Child Care Subsidy Program

The Child Care Subsidy Program refers clients to subsidized day care centers for D.C. residents.

DC Office on Aging

The DC Office on Aging develops and carries out a comprehensive and coordinated system of health, education, employment, and social services for the District's elderly population, who are 60 years of age and older. Its services include a city-run nursing home as well as Senior Centers throughout the District, all of which serve lunch.

Easter Seal Society for Disabled Children, Inc.

This organization is a therapeutic pre-school for disabled and non-disabled children. It provides out-patient therapy and transportation to programs for clients residing in D.C. It is also an outreach program to public and private schools on handling severely handicapped children and it provides physical, occupational, and speech therapy.

Family Place- El Hogar de la Familia

Family Place is a neighborhood for support of parents with young children and pregnant women. It provides free lunch, parent education, discussion groups, and counseling.

For Love of Children

For Love of Children (FLOC) provides educational services beyond the classroom to help students succeed from first grade through college and career. FLOC brings together students, volunteers, families, and community partners in proven programs that teach, empower, and transform. Programs include Neighborhood Tutoring Program, Scholars Program, and Outdoor Education Center

Latin American Youth Center

Founded in 1974, the Latin American Youth Center serves multicultural youth with a comprehensive set of social services and educational, work skills, advocacy programs and residential programs.

Mary's Center for Maternal and Child Care

Mary's Center is demonstrating how improved access to prenatal and pediatric care, coupled with sensitivity to culture and family, lead to healthy mothers and healthy children. In addition, the Center, through its numerous programs, has undertaken initiatives to provide a dynamic child development program, intensive home visits for vulnerable families, case management for teen pregnancy prevention and planning, educational training to prevent school dropout, employment referral and placement, HIV testing and prevention, and a housing program designed to prevent homelessness.

Office on Latino Affairs, Office of the Mayor, DC Government

The mission of the Office on Latino Affairs is to improve the quality of life of the District's Latino population by providing community-based grants, advocacy, community relations and outreach services to residents so they can have access to a full range of health, education, housing, economic development and employment services.

So Others May Eat

SOME (So Others Might Eat), an interfaith, community-based organization helps meet the immediate daily needs of the people with food, clothing, and health care. They also offer services, such as affordable housing, job training, addiction treatment, and counseling, to the poor, the elderly and individuals with mental illness.

Whitman-Walker Clinic

Whitman-Walker Clinic is a non-profit community-based health organization serving the Washington, D.C. metropolitan region.

www.211metrodc.org

A listing of thousands of health and human services programs available to assist you.

Legal Aid COVID-19 Non-Legal Resource Guide

A compendium of resources for those impacted by COVID-19 in D.C.

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